To come up with solutions for a community challenge, new campus initiative trains students in data gathering, encourages them to work together and shows ways to tackle complex problems.
Campus continues efforts to educate and adopt Open Educational Resources, saying OER materials are well cited, customizable and promote educational equity in the classroom.
Your preview of the library's marquee October and November events.
Whether you need a good fright or cozy comforts, UM-Dearborn in autumn is a-maize-ing. Here are campus suggestions on how to get the most out of fall.
Mardigian Library is researching how to increase archive access across campus and looking to learn more about campus’ 60-year history from longtime faculty and staff.
This month the library highlights the Provost Office’s first research and writing retreat, feature a Mardigian Library student assistant as she shares insights from her experience earning the LGBTQ Studies Certificate and suggest some great new books and DVDs in the browsing collection for everyone
This month we are saying goodbye to Associate Director Barbara Kriigel, who is retired after 30 years with the campus.
This month we get to know the Mardigian Library’s Catalog Librarian Lavada Smith, we hear about how textbook affordability gains momentum on campus with OER grants, and learn about new ebooks and databases.
Celebrate our rich diversity during Living Books, discover the science and innovation of studio glass and read a recap of the Politics of Space event with CECS Dean Tony England.
Get to know Business and Economics Librarian Joan Martin and check out our latest resource updates, including newly available books and DVDs.
Mardigian Library’s weekly Conversation Circles are a laid back way to practice English. But the new program is also hoping to build bridges between native and non-native speakers.
This month we get to know Mardigian Library Reserve Coordinator Anna Granch, recap the library’s recent course design spa day and learn about new resources at the Mardigian Library.
Read about the library’s latest campus-community collaboration, a recap of the library’s successful 2018 Young Author’s Festival and Writing contest, an announcement of an upcoming lecture on the politics of space exploration, and learn about some databases recently added to the library’s collection
This month we get to know Autumn Muir from the Alfred Berkowitz Gallery and announce the new William and Electra Stamelos Gallery Center, opening in spring 2019
This month we get to know librarian Holly Sorscher; registration opens for our Young Authors’ Festival; and you can treat yourself to a scary movie from the library’s Browsing Collection or check out one of our new databases.
The LulzBot Taz 6 is centrally located and available for all current UM-Dearborn students, faculty and staff to use.
This month we get to know Library Interim Director Maureen Linker and announce a talk by UM-Dearborn Assistant Professor Keith Dye — who will discuss Malcolm’s formative years in Michigan on Sept. 27.
Save the date for the Great Michigan Read of the book X: A Novel by Ilyasah Shabazz (daughter of Malcolm X) and do a little “Browsing” this summer.
Get to know Deirdras Jones, the library’s operations and user services supervisor
Get to know Tim Streasick and learn more about an upcoming panel discussion and recent Art Collections and Exhibitions Department grant.
Faculty, staff and students gathered to share their 15-minute memoirs.
The longtime social sciences librarian and research education coordinator died Feb. 15.
Get to know Laura Cotton, curator and manager of the library’s Berkowitz Gallery, learn about the library’s support of the Lora Lempert Book Fund for incarcerated women, and discover new February resources.
Get to know the library’s acting director, Barbara Kriigel, make human connections through living, breathing books, and check out our new e-books for January
Logan will retire this month after a 47-year career working in libraries.